Origin of valediction
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How to use valediction in a sentence
If Shinseki had given the same speech three weeks ago, it might have been a campaign plan instead of a valediction.
Three weeks ago, it might have been a campaign plan—instead of a valediction.
In the weeks ahead that warning may well become the most common valediction in eastern Ukraine.
"I never remember sich a evenin', my dear," was Mrs. Stitchley's valediction.Mrs. Bindle|Hebert Jenkins
Shall we pronounce the sad valediction to freedom, and immolate liberty on the altars our fathers have raised to her?
I gave him the usual Spanish valediction, Vaya usted con Dios, and saw no more of him.The Bible in Spain|George Borrow
Shakespeare put his valediction into the mouth of Prospero; Sophocles entrusted his to his greatest creation Oedipus.Authors of Greece|T. W. Lumb
It poured itself into one mournful, savage, sacred cry of salutation and valediction.The Tree of Heaven|May Sinclair